Hans Wöll takes over management of Berenberg branch in Munich
Hamburg. Hans Wöll is taking over the management of the Munich branch of Germany’s oldest private bank. Wöll (55), who has been head of private client and entrepreneurs’ business at Hauck & Aufhäuser in Munich to date, will be joining Berenberg on 1 August.
“We want to develop our business with wealthy private customers, entrepreneurs, and foundations in Bavaria. In Hans Wöll, we have gained an experienced expert in private banking who will continue to promote our growth in the region,” says Tindaro Siragusano, Head of Private Banking and Asset Management at Berenberg.
Hans Wöll is transferring from Hauck & Aufhäuser in Munich, where he has been head of private and corporate business. A banker by profession, he has been connected with the city for many years. Before working for Hauck & Aufhäuser, he was head of private banking at Merck Finck & Co. in Munich from 1997 to 2007. During this period, he also had operational responsibility for Merck Finck Vermögensbetreuungs AG. Prior to that, he worked for eighteen years at a large bank in Munich, where, in the main, he held various posts in the field of investment.
Germany’s oldest private bank, which is based in Hamburg, has had its own branch in Munich since 2005. “I am looking forward to giving fresh impetus to growth in the private-banking team in Munich,” says Wöll. “By providing independent consulting, tailor-made products, and excellent service, we intend to offer the best that demanding private customers and entrepreneurs are entitled to expect from a private bank.”
Berenberg’s high quality has also been acknowledged in market tests. Thus, for instance, the report “The Elite of the Asset Managers 2012” (Handelsblatt) awarded Berenberg the highest grade, “summa cum laude”, for the ninth time in succession.
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